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My name is Tomato: Sweet and Delicious!!
I'm being cared for by
Brooklyn Animal Action

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray or Blue (Mostly)
Age
Young
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18337840-Claire
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats

My story

Tomato is a sweet and curious little boy who loves to play with his sister Rose (listed separately) and his foster! This energetic, affectionate boy loves being held and petted. Tomato needs to be adopted with another energetic kitten (like Rose) or go to a home where there's another young cat to avoid Single Kitten Syndrome.

Tomato is up to date on vaccines and is FIV/FeLV negative. If you would like to schedule a meet & greet, please go to our application here: https://brooklynanimalaction.org/adoption-forms/. Make sure you click on Tomato: Sweet and Delicious,  then identify Claire as the RESCUER and fill out the form!

Thank you for thinking of a rescued angel. Every dime goes to saving the next homeless angel on the street.

October 5, 2022, 9:25 am

Rescue

Brooklyn Animal Action

Contact info
Pet ID
18337840-Claire
Contact
Phone
Address
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Interested adopters first fill out an adoption application, after which they can visit our animals in their foster homes. If they would like to adopt and their application is approved, they then complete an adoption contract. We also ask for an adoption fee to help us continue our work.

Go meet their pets

Please email us at adopt@brooklynanimalaction.org or contact the e-mail in the individual listing if you are interested in meeting one of our rescued animals. We hold Saturday adoption events at Unleashed by Petco in Park Slope and Petsmart on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn (check our website and Facebook page for more information) and have cats at Bushy Tails pet store in Bushwick and Petsmart.

More about this rescue

We are a Brooklyn-based group of volunteers committed to improving the lives of animals in distress by working with our communities. We are dedicated to Trap-Neuter-Release programs, finding homes for adoptable animals, performing community outreach and education, and engaging in advocacy.